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"A Breach of the Peace!": A squad of terrorists raid a beach in the French Riviera. They succeed in assassinating several key figures of an upcoming American/Soviet peace summit. The Peacemaker flies in on his helicopter and kills all of the terrorists, but is u
- I'm Peacemaker... and I'll kill to keep the peace!
- -- Peacemaker
Appearing in "A Breach of the Peace!"
- Peacemaker (Flashback and main story)
- Project Peacemaker (First appearance)
- Doctor Tzin-Tzin
- Doctor Lytton
- Ramon (Only appearance; dies)
- Wolfgang Schmidt (Flashback only)
- Elizabeth Lewis Schmidt (Flashback only)
- Jose (Single appearance)
- Mister Gornowski (Only appearance; dies)
- Mister White (Only appearance; dies)
- NATO (Cameo)
- Ochfeld (Only appearance; dies)
- Virginia (Flashback only)
- Peacemaker's helicopter
Synopsis for "A Breach of the Peace!"
A squad of terrorists raid a beach in the French Riviera. They succeed in assassinating several key figures of an upcoming American/Soviet peace summit. The Peacemaker flies in on his helicopter and kills all of the terrorists, but is unable to save any of the delegates.
Back at his chateau, the Peacemaker assumes his civilian identity of Christopher Smith. He is haunted by his failure to save the delegates and his subconscious mind takes the form of his late father, the Nazi, Wolfgang Schmidt. Smith's assistants, Bridgette D'Abo and Dominique St. Claire try to help him get through this troubling time.
Meanwhile, on an island in the Aegean Sea, the Chinese crimelord Doctor Tzin-Tzin oversees the training of his special forces. He discovers a German spy who had infiltrated his organization and has him executed. Tzin-Tzin plans on destroying the Soviet infrastructure and using its fragmented ruins to establish his own power base by which to export terrorism.
Later, Christopher Smith monitors the international networks and learns that another band of terrorists have seized a French Concorde carrying American NATO delegates at Charles de Gaulle Airport. He fires up his chopper and flies off ready to combat the new menace.
- The origin of the Peacemaker is recapped in this issue.
- The Peacemaker appeared last in Vigilante #43.
- Includes a text piece by Paul Kupperberg titled "Project Peacemaker".
- No trivia.
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Links and References
- Peacemaker at Wikipedia
- Peacemaker at Toonopedia
- Peacemaker at DCU Guide
- Peacemaker series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Peacemaker series index at the Grand Comics Database Project